Naija Gist Newspaper Review – 13 July 2017

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You can’t afford to read the entire news? Don’t worry, we bring you headlines from some top newspapers. Now you can stay informed with ease.

Punch Newspaper Review - 13 July 2017

  • Fayose threatens to release 11 damaging pictures on Buhari’s health
  • Makarfi takes over PDP HQ as Supreme Court sacks Sheriff
  • Policemen torture Lagos motorcycle rider to death
  • Appeal Court orders fresh hearing in electricity tariff suit
  • Steps to managing a start-up business account
  • Nigeria lost out on $10bn oil asset divestment – Operators
  • Executive-Senate face-off and a distraught nation
  • NNPC, 99 others responsible for 71% of global emissions
  • Why Nigerian doctors, dentists are going abroad
  • Steps to property development
  • Five things you should know about the tech industry
  • LAUTECH as a metaphor for ‘change’
  • 29 stocks appreciate, NSE capitalisation rises by N53bn
  • ‘Naira depreciation, restrictive policies limiting agric productivity’
  • Should police continue to parade suspects before trial?
  • PDP senators jubilate as Senate swears in Adeleke
  • I want to stay at Arsenal – Ozil
  • Osogbo residents besiege prison for detained Diekola
  • Management lessons they don’t teach in business school
  • Armed customs officers search Ronaldo’s luxury yacht
  • Five Adeyemi college students accused of gang-rape
  • Opening account for a start-up
  • ‘Compel power firms to list on NSE’
  • Soyinka a global icon at 83, says Amosun
  • Wike, former PDP ministers, ex-govs, hail Supreme Court for sacking Sheriff
  • Confusion as bullet hits pupil during exams
  • How gunmen killed VP on Akwa Ibom school premises
  • Nigeria’s restructuring possible only through constitution amendment – Dogara
  • Bello wasting resources on political jamboree, says PDP
  • Police recover 300 stolen cows in Niger

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Vanguard Newspaper Review - 13 July 2017

  • UTME Admission Screening: Good WASSCE result is key —Varsities
  • Rangers Int’l Football Club (3): The Rangers’ winning spirit
  • Nigeria v Cameroon: NFF confirms Uyo as venue
  • June records moderate food price increases
  • Essential ingredients of Equity, Fairness and Justice in True Federalism
  • Getting your bank to finance your next LPO/contract (1)
  • Yuguda’s case against Gov Abubakar for Sept 26
  • Residents of Oyo communities panic as stray bullet from Army’s shooting range hit 4-yr-old
  • Foods in season – the dos and don’ts 4:31 amRevisiting “What to do with Saraki’s NASS
  • Fundamental Human Rights in Nigeria: Myth or Reality?
  • Rotary commences treatment of children with heart diseases
  • Agu hopeful Enyeama’ll make a U-turn
  • Feeder challenge hinders power generation in Afam VI, 7 other stations
  • Dangote plans $4.6bn investment in farming over 3 years
  • Fundamentals of restructuring
  • DMO raises N106bn through FGN Bond auction

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Leadership Newspaper Review - 13 July 2017

  • BREAKING: Supreme Court Sacks Sheriff, Declares Makarfi As PDP Chairman
  • Issues As Restructuring Devide Statesmen
  • Reps Give Osinbajo One Week Ultimatum To Swear In Ministerial Nominees
  • Melaye: Senate, Lawyers At War Over Power To Recall
  • N19trn Debt: We Can No Longer Borrow – FG
  • Shippers’ Council Set To Establish Truck Transit Parks

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The Sun Newspaper Review - 13 July 2017

  • Lagos: Only 600,000 residents pay taxes –Ambode
  • Court of Appeal delivers 232 judgments in 2 weeks
  • 5m out of school children, poor reading culture worry FG
  • Obaseki’s commissioners get portfolios
  • PDP chair: How Sheriff lost out
  • Lagos LG polls: All NCP candidates have been disenfranchised – Akele
  • In fighting corruption, FG should ask for God’s wisdom – Imoh
  • Power: Discos may lose $2.5bn investment over FG’s new energy policy
  • Why we couldn’t audit Abacha’s loot under Obasanjo –W’Bank
  • FEC approves N2.7tr to pay contractors, pensioners
  • Court halts Iheanacho’s N8.1bn Leicester City move
  • Court halts Iheanacho’s N8.1bn Leicester City move
  • CHAN 2018: Super Eagles to report in Kaduna July 16
  • Onyekuru switches to Henry in Anderlecht new jersey
  • Lecturers shut MAPOLY

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Daily Trust Newspaper Review - 13 July 2017

  • 2,200 pupils get free meals in Anambra
  • Profiling Northerners in Edo
  • Can West, Central Africa end AIDS by 2030?
  • State Police: Peaetorian guard or reserve ethnic militia?
  • Re: Fari: Why and why not?
  • CHINA: Troops depart for first overseas military base in Djibouti
  • Gaza conditions ‘unlivable’ 10 years into siege: UN
  • UNITED KINGDOM: UK refuses to publish report on ‘funding of extremism’
  • SAUDI ARABIA: House fire leaves 11 foreign workers dead
  • SOMALIA: Schoolteachers arrested for ‘al-Shabab meetings’
  • BRAZIL: Ex-President Lula convicted of corruption
  • Council denies sex ed in books, as proprietors kick
  • Winners emerge at reading contest
  • Jos: Police alert residents on car theft, rape
  • 2 in police net for adulterating fertiliser
  • 2 remanded over human trafficking
  • NDLEA nabs man with N.5m worth cannabis
  • Police arrest 13 robbery suspects in Kano
  • Nigeria golf fraternity loses icon Bawa
  • Kwara govt plans golf academy

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Daily Post Newspaper Review - 13 July 2017

  • How we want FG to handle restructuring, hate speeches – Women‎ group
  • Court stops Kelechi Iheanacho’s move to Leicester City
  • Why I created states in Nigeria – Gowon
  • House of Reps orders Health Minister to recall suspended NHIS boss
  • APC crisis: Why Ben Nwoye cannot suspend any member – Enugu Stakeholders

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